Tenhultasjön is part of the Huskvarnaån water system in the Femtingaån precipitation area and is located just southeast of the community of Tenhult. Its elevation is 213.7 m above sea level – that is, about 1 m above Stensjön and with a 3 km stretch of river to that lake. Tenhultasjön is a so-called oligotrophic lake with a surface area of 2.99 km2 and a maximum depth of 30 m.
Tenhultasjön's FCAATenhultasjön's FCA's objective is to:• Support, look after the interests of fishing water owners. • Promote cooperation among fishing, outdoor, environmental and nature interests. • Have a clean lake with an abundance of fish and crayfish. • Facilitate use of the lake that takes into consideration its size and access to fish and crayfish.
Fishery conservation measures are:- To look after the lake's water quality and monitor habitat and reproduction feasibility for the lake's fish species and crayfish.- To permit the types of sport fishing that are appropriate for the lake. To control pests. To see that clean-up of the lake is carried out.
- To carry out oversight of fishing to ensure that applicable fishing laws are observed and that decisions are obeyed.